Sarah Jackson

    Sarah Jackson is a Jungian analyst, visual artist, and writer. In 2014, she presented a lecture on the female hero in contemporary cinema at the biannual meeting of the New York Association of Analytic Psychology (NYAAP). In spring 2015, she presented “Regarding Images: What Visual Art Can Teach Us About Dreams” to the Northampton Jung Society, in Northampton, Massachusetts, as well as lecturing on the female hero at Simon’s Rock of Bard College in Great Barrington, Massachusetts. Jackson is a graduate of the C. G. Jung Institute of New York, and holds masters degrees in Archetypal Psychology and Fine Art. She has taught drawing, color theory, and art history, and has exhibited paintings, drawings, and wall sculptures widely. She lives in Great Barrington, MA, where she has had a private practice for 24 years while raising a daughter. She is now raising a puppy instead, as well as studying tango and dressage. (2014, 2015)